Oak Jo - 127cm - by NineCircles

Oak Jo - 127cm - by NineCircles

15.83

Top quality selected oak (Kashi) and traditional design make our range of Jo, Bo & Naginata exceptional.  Shiro Kashi (white oak) is the preferred material for traditional Japanese wooden weapons and alongside budget options for beginners and clubs, superior performance is attested to by satisfied Jodo, Aikido, Kobudo & Koryu Budo practitioners worldwide.

High Quality Oak Jo.  Total length 127cm.

Available in:

Shiro Kashi - Top class white oak Japanese weapons.  These weapons have a straight, fine & consistent grain throughout their length and have the perfect balance of strength and flexibility.

Aka Kashi - Top class red oak Japanese weapons.  Red oak is slightly more dense than White oak, producing slightly heavier weapons usually.  A great alternative to the Shiro Kashi, with a wider grain which runs through the length of the weapon.

Chaironuri Kashi - Brown stained oak weapons.  Made from the same high class Shiro Kashi, but selected for staining due to less consistent natural finish.

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Oak Jo - 127cm  - by NineCircles

 

Top quality selected oak (Kashi) and traditional design make our range of Jo, Bo & Naginata exceptional.  Shiro Kashi (white oak) is the preferred material for traditional Japanese wooden weapons and alongside budget options for beginners and clubs, superior performance is attested to by satisfied Jodo, Aikido, Kobudo & Koryu Budo practitioners worldwide.

 

High Quality Oak Jo.  Total length 127cm.

Available in:

Shiro Kashi - Top class white oak Japanese weapons.  These weapons have a straight, fine & consistent grain throughout their length and have the perfect balance of strength and flexibility.

Aka Kashi - Top class red oak Japanese weapons.  Red oak is slightly more dense than White oak, producing slightly heavier weapons usually.  A great alternative to the Shiro Kashi, with a wider grain which runs through the length of the weapon.

Chaironuri Kashi - Brown stained oak weapons.  Made from the same high class Shiro Kashi, but selected for staining due to less consistent natural finish.